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Surviving Europe’s Horrendous 20th Century. intriguing perspectives on the major totalitarian regimes of the 20th century. of the book’s title, he died in ), and his mother, Olga. The great upheavals in the 20th Century completely altered the shape of Europe, and her role in international affairs--and this riveting analysis shows just how the profound changes in intellectual, artistic, and religious awareness were both cause and consequence of the decay of traditional liberal-bourgeois culture/5. In “Europe Against the Jews: ,” Gotz Aly finds the key to the 20th century’s disasters in the rise of nationalism in the 19th century. By the end of the 19th century a new type of antisemitism had begun to develop in Europe, racial antisemitism. It started as a part of a broader racist world view and belief of superiority of the "white race" over other "races", while existing prejudice was supported by pseudo-scientific theories such as Social Darwinism.. The main idea of racial antisemitism, as presented by racial theorists.
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